DeChambeau earned the silver cup as the low amateur at the 2016 Masters, and spent a considerable amount of time deciding which ball would help him compete at the highest level on Tour.
"I take every part of my game seriously, and it was clear after a thorough review that Bridgestone Golf's Tour B330-S was the best fit for me," DeChambeau said. "I'm excited to be a part of Bridgestone's team and benefit from the precision they put in to each and every ball made."
Before officially turning pro, the 22 year-old all-world amateur made the cut in seven of his eight pro starts since leaving Southern Methodist University.
"Bryson is a dynamic player with an amazing scientific approach to his game and all the elements that contribute to it," said Corey Consuegra, Sr. Director of Marketing at Bridgestone Golf. "In a short time as an amateur he's challenged many of the conventional wisdoms of the game, including safe golf ball choices. [And] Bryson's demand on precision, quality, and performance will have him using the B330-S well into the future.”
DeChambeau majored in physics at SMU and calls himself "The Golf Scientist," and brings a unique scientific approach to his golf game. He has developed an unconventional approach to the game, such as adjusting each of his irons to the same shaft length (37 1/2 inches), and each clubhead to the proper loft, and is known to test his golf balls by soaking them in Epsom salts to determine their center of gravity.
DeChambeau joins a host of other high-profile players who are teeing up a Bridgestone ball this season, including 2012 FedEx Cup champion Brandt Snedeker, 2012 Players Championship winner Matt Kuchar, 1992 Masters Champion Fred Couples, three-time Major Champion Nick Price, and LPGA Tour stars Stacy Lewis, Karrie Webb, and Paula Creamer.